Kashmiris Unite in Observing Black Day


On October 27th, Kashmiris around the world come together to observe Kashmir Black Day, a solemn occasion that serves as a expressive reminder of the chaotic history of the region.

This day signifies a critical moment in 1947 when Indian forces, in violation of the Partition Plan’s principles, forcibly occupied Jammu and Kashmir, going against the will of the Kashmiri people.

As a symbol of protest, a complete shutdown is observed in Indian-administered Jammu and Kashmir. Meanwhile, people from all corners of the globe, including those residing in Azad Jammu and Kashmir, join in solidarity by participating in protest marches, rallies, and seminars.

These actions are aimed at condemning the Indian Army’s assault on October 27, 1947, and the subsequent cancellation of Kashmir’s special status by the Modi-led government on August 5, 2019.


Caretaker Prime Minister Anwaar-ul-Haq Kakar has passionately urged the international community to take concrete actions to hold India accountable for its actions in occupied Kashmir.

He emphasized that since August 5, 2019, there has been a persistent effort to impose Indian culture and influence in Kashmir, thereby disempowering the local population in their own homeland.

Former Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif has also expressed his solid unity with the people of Kashmir and strongly condemned the violence committed by the Indian government in the occupied valley. His words echo the sentiments of many who seek justice for the Kashmiri people and demand an end to their suffering.

Kashmir Black Day is not just a remembrance of a painful history but a global call for justice, urging the international community to recognize and address the difficulty of the Kashmiri people.

As the world unites in condemning the illegal occupation and human rights violations, there is hope for a brighter and more peaceful future for the people of Kashmir.

Ammara Ahmed

Ammara Ahmed

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